henrymakow.com — Sept 5, 2017
Wartime British black propaganda chief Sefton Delmer (1904-1979) told a new recruit: “We are waging against Hitler a kind of total war of wits. Anything goes, so long as it serves to bring nearer the end of the war and Hitler’s defeat. We are up to all the dirty tricks we can devise. No holes are barred. The dirtier the better. Lies treachery, everything.” (Black Boomerang, p. 181)
Sefton Delmer was in charge of a unit that impersonated Nazi radio stations and broadcast demoralizing information to the German people. He had permission to invent atrocities, yet he didn’t mention the Jewish holocaust. Why not?
by Udo Walendy — (Excerpt by henrymakow.com)
Sefton Delmer was among the men “who were given the opportunity in 1945 of making changes in Germany” What these intended changes looked like, the German constitutional lawyer Prof. Friedrich Grimm depicts in his book ‘Political Justice’ (pp. 146-148):
In May 1945, a few days after the collapse, I had a notable talk with an important representative of the opposite side. He introduced himself as a university professor of his country, who wanted to converse with me on the historical basis of the war. Suddenly he dropped the subject, pointed to the leaflets lying on the table in front of me, we were flooded with during the first days after surrender, mainly circling around the concentration camp-horrors. “What do you say about it?” so he asked me.